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We visited Yehliu Geopark late Dec 2018 via Klook and it was raining the whole day. We had a briefing first on the do’s and dont’s inside the park and where is the best rock formation to look for (mushroom, queens head, rabbit, tofu, etc)....More
Beautiful geological volcanic rock formations, sedimentary hoodoo rocks, and sea-erosion landscape. Many of the rocks have been named for their shape. These include Queen's Head, Princess’ Head, Dragon’s Head, Mushroom Rocks, Sea Candles, Fairy Shoe, Ginger Rocks, Elephant Rock, Ice Cream Rock, and Kissing Rock.
Evident in the long lines and ques, the most prominent rock structure in Yehliu is the Queen’s head, named after its likeness to the Queen. I remember our hotel staff telling us to visit the site as it might not be there in few years...More
People told me that I could spend 1 hour for this place at the longest, but in fact I spent 3 hours! After walking around the famous spots where many many people take pictures with the weird-shaped rocks, I followed the "Bird watch trail" that...More
Went here as part of a group tour. It has interesting geological formations and a nice view of the ocean that would keep visitors entertained for a few hours. However, it does get very crowded and hot so it is recommended to come here as...More
We were here before many years ago. On this trip, we booked a day trip to visit this place to see the Queen's Head. The Yehliu Geopark has been transformed with proper walkways to the rock formations. The Queen's Head was still standing tall but...More
Came here with a group of friends. It was lightly raining on & off with mild winds. Amazing rock formations, breathtaking views, and the powerful ocean made this an incredible experience. The waves crashing on the shore was very impressive, the ability to walk along...More
The power of Nature is amply demonstrated in the strange and savage beauty of wind and water erosion on Taiwan's northerly coast. Conservation of the area has been conscientious to preserve as much as possible before these extraordinary formations are gone forever. Unique is the...More
True experience of nature's wonders! We couldn't fully enjoy it due to the rain which messed with our visit. The rock formations are just unbelievable. This is a 5 star experience subject to a nice and sunny weather.
Overall its a fun place to walk around and enjoy the surrounding scenery. The strange rock formation and shape are the main attraction here. Dont forget to use convenient shoes and attire because all part are outdoors with some sand with hill and slope.
The North Coast of Taiwan (Wanli District/ Jinshan District area) is filled with breathtakingly extraordinary rock formations, the most widely known of which is the various unique geological landscapes in Yehliu Geopark. The famous Queen’s Head, Fairy Shoe, etc., are absolute works of beauty by nature’s uncanny craftsmanship. One must also taste the authentic seafood cuisine when visiting the North
Coast. Delicious dishes cooked with fresh catches are the favorite of gourmets. If you visit in fall, don’t miss the great taste of Wanli crabs. Jinbaoli Old Street is as busy as it was a hundred years ago. Here you can taste the local cuisine specials of sweet potatoes, jumping taros, etc. The area of Jinshan and Wanli is also a known hot spring resort, where you can experience hot spring baths and remove your body of fatigue and stress. The Juming Museum situated in Jinshan District gathers all of Master Ju Ming's life work in the art park. Located beside the mountains and neighboring seas, the important creations from varying periods by the sculpting master are displayed in accordance with different terrains and landscapes.
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Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus... More
Can't do it direct. From Taipei, it's best to take train or bus from Main Station. Sorry - don't know route numbers - google the station & get info. I think if you take train out there, still need part of the journey by bus. There are bus stops at the park.
I did organised tour from Taipei, to included other places in the tour: much easier. Check out KKDay. We used them a lot during our few days in Taiwan.
According to the Chinese official websitenotice, it's open everyday except the nature disaster like typhoon or strong wind.Suggest you to call or check the official website around your visit date (by ylgeopark org)